Assistant Professor, Electronic & Computer Music
Heather Stebbins is a composer, technologist, synthesist, and educator based in Washington, DC, where she is Assistant Professor of Electronic and Computer Music at George Washington University. She works with sounds created by instruments, found objects, nature, and voltage to generate musical experiences ranging from notated works for chamber ensembles to improvised performances on modular synthesizers. Really wonderful people and ensembles have performed her music in a lot of neat places, and she is grateful for that. Her recent album, New Forms, Old Selves (Zeromoon, 2022), is available on Bandcamp and streaming platforms. Other recordings are available on New Focus Recordings, Not Art Records, SEAMUS, and Coviello labels.
Modular Synthesis Performance (2021)
D.M.A. in music composition, Boston University, 2016
B.A. in music theory and composition, University of Richmond, 2009